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#1 masterbrewer

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 02:41 am

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After hopefully solving recent fueling issues, it was pleasure to escape the big smoke on a sweet running TDM. yahoo.gif

Only to find they're out there folks, "trunk" groucho.gif loads of them ............... an army of terrorists amassing in numbers ............. beware!

My previous close encounter of the wild kind with these "lovely" creatures ranting.gif



There appeared to be a couple of "splinter" groucho.gif groups



but I could have been "barking" up the wrong tree without "tracking" them groucho.gif



I couldn't "leaf" the area without something "needling" groucho.gif me about their presence in the bushes waiting for a kill

Escape over the hill was my only thought



and as someone has pinched the sun, a gratis shot for Dappers rotflmmfao.gif




I got wet riding home but, life's good again wub.gif

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Edited by masterbrewer, 08 January 2012 - 03:33 am.


#2 TDMick

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 03:38 am

lovely, wish we had roads like that

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#3 dapleb

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 09:41 am

Glad you made it out of the Roo forest "oak"ay. With a mixture of dirt and tarmac, that looks loike a great "root".

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#4 camdoon34

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 10:08 am

Thats chust Scotland, except we`ve coos instead o roos laugh.gif


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#5 Studley Ramrod

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 11:18 am

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Scotland certainly didn't look loike that when MB paid a visit tongue.gif

Glad to hear the beech of a fuelling problem wiv ya treeVD is now oakydokee smile.gif

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#6 ChrisG

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 11:23 am

QUOTE(camdoon34 @ Sun 8th Jan 2012, 10:08 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Thats chust Scotland, except we`ve coos instead o roos laugh.gif


And rain instead of sunshine rolleyes.gif


Reminds me of this old classic

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Mutant Marsupials Take Up Arms Against Australian Air Force

The reuse of some object-oriented code has caused tactical headaches for Australia's armed forces. As virtual reality simulators assume larger roles in helicopter combat training , programmers have gone to great lengths to increase the realism of the their scenarios, including detailed landscapes and in the case of the Northern Territory's Operation Phoenix herds of kangaroos (since groups of disturbed animals might well give away a helicopters position).

The head of the Defense Science and Technology Organization's Land Operations/Simulations division reportedly instructed developers to model the local marsupials' movements and reaction to helicopters.

Being efficient programmers, they just re-appropriated some code originally used to model infantry detachments reactions under the same stimuli, changed the mapped icon from a soldier to a kangaroo, and increased the figures' speed of movement.

Eager to demonstrate their flying skills for some visiting American pilots, the hotshot Aussies "buzzed" the virtual kangaroos in low flight during a simulation. The kangaroos scattered, as predicted, and the Americans nodded appreciatively . . . and then did a double-take as the kangaroos reappeared from behind a hill and launched a barrage of stinger missiles at the hapless helicopter. (Apparently the programmers had forgotten the remove "that" part of the infantry coding).

The lesson? Objects are defined with certain attributes, and any new object defined in terms of the old one inherits all the attributes. The embarrassed programmers had learned to be careful when reusing object-oriented code, and the Yanks left with the utmost respect for the Australian wildlife.

Simulator supervisors report that pilots from that point onwards have strictly avoided kangaroos, just as they were meant to.


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#7 dablik

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 12:04 pm

MB one day,, god knows when, i'm a comin to Adelaide to visit Sis,,, gonna have to go for a ride,,, looks fantastic.

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#8 jim850wav

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 02:44 pm

I,ll be there ... good.gif








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#9 LDRider

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 04:53 pm

That sure is some fine looking country to ride in. If it's any consolation I rode by 3 deer and a flock (?) of wild turkeys on the Mines Rd trip last weekend. I recon I'd rather hit a turkey than a roo though.


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Posted 08 January 2012 - 06:02 pm

Roos with stingers?

A hell of a lot more terrifying than "cows with guns"

#11 masterbrewer

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Posted 08 January 2012 - 08:31 pm

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Top effort fellas rotflmmfao.gif ... rotflmmfao.gif ... rotflmmfao.gif


QUOTE(/dablik)
MB one day,, god knows when, i'm a comin to Adelaide to visit Sis,,, gonna have to go for a ride,,, looks fantastic.

Anytime dablik, but you betta "hop" to it soon groucho.gif it's always good to keep in contact with branches of the "family tree" groucho.gif tongue.gif

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Edited by masterbrewer, 08 January 2012 - 08:45 pm.



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